The Public Interest

When It Comes to the CRUNCH

George Taylor

Summer 1968

FOR a brief spell after Cuba crisis management enjoyed a certain prestige. Nothing has come of it, and crises are still as unmanaged as ever. Thus the popular notion that foreign affairs are “just one crisis after another” could not be more ironically ill-informed.  Would that they were! In fact they are several crises at the same time.

 

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